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HELEN HEIDERICH Coloratura Soprano figure HELEN HEIDERICH COLORATURA SOPRANO A COLORATURA SOPRANO OF REAL MERIT, combining with a natural beauty of voice a facility of expression and artistic accomplishment through years of study in the foremost European conservatories. She has recently arrived from Europe where her success as soloist of the Cologne Opera Quartette and recitalist are best understood through the following criticisms: Minneapolis Tribune. James Davies says: Miss H … showed excellent training. In coloratura as well as in songs that needed breadth of phrase and sustained tones she was equally good. She is a musician, thoroughly conversant with the character of the songs she sings and will undoubtedly prove a great acquisition to musical Minneapolis. Minneapolis Journal. Dr. Victor Nilsson says: Miss H . . . . was a soprano singer who showed herself of highly polished method, fine musicianship and well balanced interpretative ability. Miss H … did all of these things extremely well and also showed true appreciation of the Indian Songs, inspirations of James Bliss. Minneapolis Frie Presse Herald. In Miss H … we have a well trained singer who will doubtless count among the really great singers of the country. Moorhead, Minn. Fargo Forum. The quality of her voice was shown in her opening numbers. She was particularly effective, singing with spirit and vigor. St. Paul Volks Zeitung. Miss H … possesses a well schooled voice and is a well trained coloratura singer. Minneapolis Volks Zeitung. She sang in a pleasing voice and won the audience with her melodious coloratura and capricious rendition of the light airy songs in her repertoire. Lanesboro, Minn. Levangs Weekly. Miss H … has a most wonderful voice, and her selections were greatly appreciated. Coblenz Volks Zeitung. With her silver tones Miss H … quickly captivates the hearts of her audience. Boppard Bopparder Zeitung. She has a soprano voice of bell-like clearness and sings her songs in a most pleasing manner. Coblenz Coblenzer Zeitung. With a sparkling boquet of beautiful songs, she earned the heartfelt gratitude of her hearers. Cologne Stadt Anzeiger. Possesses a balanced clear soprano voice which always finds favor with the public. Lahnstein Tageblatt. The soprano singer showed both in the solos and the duets that she possesses a worthy and brilliant voice. Coblenz General Anzeiger. She sang her songs in a spontaneous coloratura voice, her tone rendition and fascinating performance gained for her true heartfelt applause from the audience. Cologne Tageblatt. The young musician who was formerly a pianist is very musical and possesses a most pleasing voice of wide range. She will surely make her mark if we dont miss our guess. Boppard Bopparder Zeitung. Miss H … expresses a most pleasing and musical temperament. Cologne Voklszeitung. The musical, need not be awakened in this artist.
|Title||Helen Heiderich: coloratura soprano|
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|Personal Name Subject||Heiderich, Helen|
|Digital Collection||Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century|
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|Archival Collection||Redpath Chautauqua Collection|
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|Number of Pages||3|
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